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Personnel note: Francisco Gonzalez leaves James Madison Institute

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Francisco Gonzalez, formerly Vice President of Advancement for The James Madison Institute, has left the organization after nine years.

He’s been named the Director of Philanthropy for the National Review Institute, the parent organization of National Review magazine, founded by William F. Buckley, Jr.

Gonzalez, who will continue to reside in Orlando, starts Feb. 27, He’ll further NRI’s mission with supporters across the country. He says he wrote a blog post last week that revisits his 9 years at JMI.

“While I am departing JMI, my loyalty to its mission will remain strong as it continues the legacy and vision of our great founder, Dr. J. Stanley Marshall,” Gonzalez said. “As a Floridian who believes in limited government and free-market principles, the success of JMI remains important to me and to this great state.”

He added: “I look forward to working to help NRI spread its mission, support its talent, and strongly promote conservative intellectual ideas at a very pivotal time for our country.”

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